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NO BRITISH SHIPS DAMAGED. GERMAN SUBMARINES BAFFLED BY OUR DESTROYERS. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. T.nxnOX, December 20. Every British ship cnjr.iiiocl in the t'lixhivcn raid returned to tl«i> base, without Ins? of life or material. One n port ."-tatr-. that th.e Arethu-a's and rndamited's linale tiro dama-eJ .me of the, /e[ipe!iubadly. The submarines constantly attempted to reach th.e Uriti.-ii lml were hauled V-.- seain,i:islii|i. The de-troye'--, Yhich luamaiivi-cd at hiah speed round the 'Vtteinpt to tm-pnlo them.' bKH.MAX mini's xor urnT. Tfinj; .MlirßAl'T SI'FFF.K. ZKH'KUN" .P.OOM T;[-.d'i-:ivi-:s a. skt-I'-ack. "[.n.Vlid.Y. Heceniber 2"i. Tire Fn-iti-h -il;p- appilmhed lleii S 'o!;nal in dark. ,'car vmnthm-. promising a -ue-c,---f-ii raal. but a descended when l :iev were near the \evei I hah.- s, ,t v.-a, d-rh.'-d that the laid should proreed. I d:d-,!lbteii : y -nine was dope, in rludnii; injurv to fortiticar.ions ami earthwork-, but it i.s doiihttul if any of the sh.-du were hit. The Arethu-n.'s and I'ndatiuti-d's 6iu Cmm m-ul-. a..,„l praati-.-e n;,iia-t the Zejijiciili-. ina.n; -hrapnel hur'tina; anriit t'm rar-. it c-rt -<in same hi;,, were ma i--. but (imse were lad .-utiicieut t.. impair n.a i-ati .p. The limmana mien's aim was fan lv p;. ,0,1, but apt.:: rent iy t : '--- r-ir-t bomb fei'l 20\.iwi ha' ' i!-i, ,'h a ■-,-.-..• had a hot, time and ma;:-, nm row ~- ,-,!i„-. Tim Z.-npeliiu had j in. t- rro-- :,-- i ; m liritidi euimers. vh-'i fan-ht -', -i,: ; !y a-.d hj -arti'y. as it ?ea -i'l;,-. T!ri: h.vmai;!-: i:i-';-'i-:t"n:n r.!'.'hii-:\ i-:i» im in: i'ii.\>ii>i-:i:ai;li-:. .\i..m:m !.\ i:i-:i:.MANV. l.'i\|)l».V. Daaamher ?A. 'Till- T : !-i! - ' -ale that Ihmv i- excellent iv.i...i. t . l.dn •<■ that th,- I'ar-eval shed .:«.i) an aamim e.,-im d'-tiovcd at ('u.vha-.m-. .->.'V-n\ ' /!e;p. hli -h--iK iin.l their com.-n'- cm- badly dama-ml. I'up.T.h.i _'( n repui', . I hat th ■ fact of then- h.iv in- hj, mi a ,mi,l was h-, I a -em-el in lii-iiminv until Siiturday. Much akirni »2." felt, e-[mm'iilly iu H.lilii'lin;. antil the (rCflliaii nthcliil imparl was issued. Must of tlm bombs -,.,-,,] t,-, have reached timir aim. and tlm i? rcpirted to be. serious. Hotte-dam ncw-papars stlt.> Dial the bombs exploded with -meat force, anil the diTi-.p.;." ".''.: .-■ . t;iitiiv"si".ious. TH'■.[[[ STI'.AOY TOLL. T.OM»ON'. lleceitiner 23. Dminj; the !.: i i .',■:-, ■• d u-, sevrnt steam.r.-. imuidrnj,' i',:\v 1, rs, Ic;v 0 been amk by mine-, in the North Sea. .\:i lighth wa- daiu-im',!. lmt re.ualm;! port. CitLisT.MAs i'i;i:>i-:xT.s i-'or Tin: xavv. (liWsdop. ' Times'aud Syd.m:y 'Sun ' Services.) i.OXDo.V. n-ccmler 20. Admiral Jellieoe. in thankiiie; the Lm-d \l.iyur fur Chri-imii, eit'ts, .-aid th.-v hap.l fiv-.Mi the Mreite-t ide-i.-iiro. and had" iinm!: ilieviat-'d tin- .meiity ,„' tlm. winter t'.eiith.-r. •''{'he i-'h-ct." lie added, " decp'v Bpr.r- rial"; the couiidemv you expre-;, which otii'ms and i:i v:i v . iii do their utmost to inr-nt.''

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MORE ABOUT CUXHAVEN., Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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MORE ABOUT CUXHAVEN. Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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